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Richard is the photographer, typically. Lisa is the writer, typically. We've both been know to that allowed?

The last time at Notre Dame…

Yesterday, Notre Dame was aflame and it breaks my heart. In July 2014, Richard and I were with our traveling group in Paris. Here are my reflections from that visit. “Part of our experience is to take a short boat … Continue reading

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San Jose Mission, San Antonio

It brings me joy that I’m still able to do cartwheels! March 2019 (60 years old – Yay, me!)

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Sometimes music…

While in church yesterday, I wrote this about the Choir’s Anthem, ” I Heard Him Once”. Sometimes music transports me and I find myself in a place of serene worship; and I am  grounded by the beauty. Sometimes music transforms … Continue reading

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With Love – A Kidney Transplant

Written by Richard Hendry, November 2018 Christmas day, 2014, we celebrated the birth of Christ as a family.  As we shared together, we realized that our son, Stephen, aged 44, was not well.  We were concerned at the sallowness of … Continue reading

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This I Believe

October 2017, I had the pleasure of substitute teaching for six days in an Honors English 9th grade class. One of their assignments was to write a “This I Believe” essay. I told the students that I wouldn’t ask them … Continue reading

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The Haunting of Minerva

I originally wrote this years ago. The night before Halloween, it’s a good time to share it again. A compilation of experiences from the Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site, with some artistic liberties. I didn’t change the name because I want … Continue reading

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On being a superhero: it was all fun and games…

…until somebody ended up in the Emergency Room. Saturday, September 23, 2017 will always be a memorable day.  My sister Tracy married Carlos Lising and it was our Dad’s 90th birthday. We were all together to celebrate in Tracy’s & … Continue reading

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